First look: Google Assistant on LG's 2018 TVs

15 Jan 2018 | Rasmus Larsen |

LG will expand the voice capabilities of its TVs in 2018 through Google Assistant that will help you control the TV and more easily find new content from multiple services.

Google Assistant in action

Amazon Alexa was everywhere at CES but Google Assistant is expanding, too. LG has offered basic voice-based TV control for a few years but it has turned to Google for help with expanding the capabilities.

Rather than we tell you about how it works, check out the video demonstration below. LG will show you how Google Assistant lets you search for content from multiple services and control connected home devices, including Philips Hue.




Google Assistant is available only in English, French, and German and not yet available in all regions.



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